Science of Happiness

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The Science of Happiness

Flourishing in Education

What does it mean to live a happy, meaningful, purposeful life? Does success really lead to happiness?

How can you create a life that feels really good to you from the inside out considering all the demands, expectations, and feelings of overwhelm within the profession? Can we really retrain our brain towards positive to change every single school outcome?

The answer is simply, “YES!”.

In this thought-provoking and compelling keynote, Kim unpacks the positive psychology science and research that pivots the crowd towards optimism. She asks, “Would you press a button to increase your productivity levels by 31% while also having 300% more creativity on a Monday morning?  When people respond, “Yes!”, she explains how to achieve this.

Her inspiring stories and practical tips for well-being leave the audience feeling inspired and full of hope for how they can create their own happiness within their profession and their personal lives.

When you reset your brain toward positive, you become more engaged, creative, motivated, energetic, resilient, and productive in life—including your work life. 

Anyone who’s ever worked in a school knows which classrooms students are excited to step into each day—and which ones they’re not. As an accomplished keynote speaker and Happiness Coach, Kim will show you how the Science of Happiness can you begin to thrive in all areas of your life.


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Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • Understand the relationship between happiness and productivity
  • Learn research-based practices for well-being in your personal and professional life
  • Recognize the stress and anxiety cycle and learn how to move the needle forward.
  • Understand the relationship between happiness and productivity
  • Gain cutting-edge insights from the latest research on positive psychology.
  • Learn simple, practical skills to retrain the brain towards positive.
  • Recognize the stress and anxiety cycle and learn how to move the needle forward.

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